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weBoost Trucker

weBoost’s 3G optimized high gain omni-directional antenna intended for large trucks and RVs.

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Pepwave Surf SOHO

Rev 2 – Peplink’s featured packed router designed for small offices and home offices.

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Pantech MHS291L

The first Verizon XLTE mobile hotspot to hit the market, but it suffers a critical flaw.

$159

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Netgear Zing AirCard 771S

Sprint’s former flagship hotspot has antenna ports, but lacks LTE Plus.

$192

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weBoost Panel Antenna

weBoost’s multi-band directional panel antenna for poles & windows.

$84.99

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Panorama Wideband MIMO

Panorama’s Directional Wideband MIMO antenna.

$129.95

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Alfa Desktop WiFi Extending Router

A basic and affordable option that only provides WiFi extending.

$159.98

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WiFiRanger Go2

WiFiRanger’s Top End Mobile Router.

$239.99

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WiFiRanger Elite

WiFiRanger’s roof mounted long range WiFi antenna and router.

$359.99+

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WiFiRanger Sky2

WiFiRanger’s most basic roof-mounted system.

$199.99

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Novatel MiFi 6620L

A former flagship XLTE capable hotspot worthy of consideration.

$199

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weBoost 4G Omni Building

weBoost’s 4G Omni Antenna, also packaged with 4G-X RV Cellular Booster Kit.

$79.99

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weBoost Signal 4G

A direct-wired amplifier for use with a single cellular device with an antenna port.

$249

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Project Fi

Google’s unique MVNO option that combines the coverage map of Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular.

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SolidRF MobileForce 4G

A solid all carrier booster from SolidRF (formerly Top Signal).

$399

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Netgear Fuse AC779S

Sprint’s prepaid mobile hotspot is very basic, but DOES support external antennas.

$168

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Novatel U620L

Verizon’s 2015 USB cellular modem option.

$199

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Karma Go

Karma’s proprietary mobile hotspot provides service powered by Sprint.

$149

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WiFiRanger Mini

WiFiRanger’s Entry Level Mobile Router.

$159.99

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MOFI4500-4GXELTE

MoFi’s basic router with cellular tethering.

$149.99

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ZTE Mobley

AT&T’s connect car mobile hotspot is tied to one of the best plan deal around.

$99

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weBoost RV 4G

Based on weBoost’s stronger residential booster, and only usable while stationary.

$399

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Better Choice & Unlimited Freedom

Sprint’s own postpaid native cellular phone & data plan.

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Sprint Unlimited Plan

This plan is now discontinued, and replaced with an Unlimitedville Rental Plan.

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SureCall Fusion2Go (RV)

SureCall’s 5-Band mobile booster, also available in a special RV optimized antenna kit.

$449 - 549

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weBoost 4G Marine Antenna

A durable, omni-directional antenna created especially for marine applications. 

$199.99

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WirEng BoatAnt2-MIMO

A high gain omni-directional MIMO antenna from WirEng.

$299.99

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GLiNet Smart Mini Routers

Ultra compact routers with a lot of features by GL Innovations.

$22 - 35

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Unlimitedville Rental Plans

Unlimitedville offers one-stop shopping for unlimited data plan rentals on all of the major carriers.

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Non-Profit Sprint Unlimited Data Plans

A clause in the Sprint Clear WiMax purchase allows for non-profits to offer low cost unlimited data plans.

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MOFI4500-SIM4

MoFi’s all-carrier embedded modem router.

$299.99

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SureCall RF 5-Band Signal Meter

Measures wireless signal for Voice/3G/4G/LTE for all major carriers in the US.

$250+

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Alfa WiFi Camp Pro Kit

A basic and affordable option with an external mounted high gain antenna.

$159.99

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Maximum Signal Max-Amp

The Max-Amp cell booster makes some very ambitious claims, but in our hands-on testing consistently fell short of expectations.

$579-$649

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Urant MIMO Antenna

Urant MIMO 4G antenna with 2 TS-9 connectors.

$18.50

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Wireless Home Phone & Internet

AT&T’s cellular data plan intended for homes, offers more GBs for the dollar.

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Suction Cup Antenna Holder

Mounting solution for tube antennas.

$39.99

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Cel-Fi Marine Antenna

A durable, omni-directional antenna created especially for marine applications. 

$159.99

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HiBoost Travel 4G LTE

Hiboost USA’s mobile cellular booster.

$349

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Panorama Desktop MIMO Antenna

Panorama’s desktop MIMO antenna with 2 TS-9 connectors.

$44.99

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Garmin inReach SE+ and Explorer+

Handheld satellite communicator for remote tracking & two-way text communication.

$399-449

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HumX

Verizon’s connected car mobile hotspot provides internet while underway.

$150

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Winegard ConnecT WF1 & 4G1

Winegard’s unique-looking Wi-Fi extender and mobile router solution is an interesting addition to the market.

$549-$749

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Winegard ConnecT 2.0

Winegard’s second attempt at a Wi-Fi extender and mobile router solution.

$199-$349

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Wireless Home Phone & Internet

AT&T’s cellular data plan intended for homes, offers more GBs for the dollar.

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Sprint Unlimited Plan

This plan is now discontinued, and replaced with an Unlimitedville Rental Plan.

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ZTE Mobley

AT&T’s connect car mobile hotspot is tied to one of the best plan deal around.

$99

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WiFiRanger Mini

WiFiRanger’s Entry Level Mobile Router.

$159.99

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Netgear Fuse AC779S

Sprint’s prepaid mobile hotspot is very basic, but DOES support external antennas.

$168

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WiFiRanger Elite

WiFiRanger’s roof mounted long range WiFi antenna and router.

$359.99+

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WiFiRanger Go2

WiFiRanger’s Top End Mobile Router.

$239.99

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Netgear Unite Pro 781S

AT&T’s flagship LTE-A capable mobile hotspot.

$199

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Netgear Zing AirCard 771S

Sprint’s former flagship hotspot has antenna ports, but lacks LTE Plus.

$192

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Pantech MHS291L

The first Verizon XLTE mobile hotspot to hit the market, but it suffers a critical flaw.

$159

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Pepwave Surf SOHO

Rev 2 – Peplink’s featured packed router designed for small offices and home offices.

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weBoost Trucker

weBoost’s 3G optimized high gain omni-directional antenna intended for large trucks and RVs.

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